Give Back at the Keswick

Nov 9

Weeks before Thanksgiving, Superstorm Sandy gave millions of people in our area something to be thankful for when our area was largely spared from the catastrophic after-effects of the hurricane. While many people escaped with minimal damage and inconveniences, many more of our family and neighbors were hit hard in an already difficult time. It’s times like these when we must look around and look within to see how we can help. Please read on and see where and how to help those in need.
SouthEastern PA Red Cross

91 cents of every dollar donated goes toward fulfilling the Red Cross’s mission.

A gift of any size supports the lifesaving mission of the American Red Cross whether it’s responding to a disaster, collecting lifesaving blood, teaching skills that can save a life, or assisting our military members and their families. Click here to donate where the need is greatest or Click here to donate to your local chapter.

Donate $10 right now by texting “redcross” to 90999. Charges will apply to your mobile phone bill next month. Hurricane Sandy also impacted the East Coast blood supply: The severe weather has forced the cancellation of over 100 blood drives in the region. More than 3200 blood and platelet donation appointments (and counting) have had to cancel. Click here to make an appointment to donate blood.

Every show in November

Philabundance LogoAll this month, The Keswick Theatre is collecting your non-perishible (and non-glass, please) food donations.   Please bring an item to the show, or during the regular box office hours of 12 Noon to 6 PM, Monday through Saturday.

Many thanks to our patrons for your past contributions. We are proud to share with you the distinction of being on the Philabundance Wall of Fame


Message from the Jazz Foundation

Who would have thought after Katrina that it’s been 7 years and we’re still getting the musicians of New Orleans back on their feet, and that now our musicians in NYC would be needing help because of a hurricane.

It’s so much worse than one might have imagined. Aside from the most obvious need of water, warmth, food and money, hundreds of musicians have lost gigs because of Sandy. Clubs are closed, and musicians haven’t been able to travel out of town for work either. Lost gigs means no money for the rent. No money for the rent means the Jazz Foundation will be providing emergency assistance.

Donate here to help in their time of crisis:


MusiCares Establishes Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund

MusiCares has announced the establishment of a fund to support members of the music community affected by the recent devastation of Hurricane Sandy. The MusiCares Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund has been set up to provide quick help for music people in crisis. Assistance includes basic living expenses such as shelter, food, utilities, and transportation; medical expenses including doctor, dentist and hospital bills, and medications; clothing; instrument and recording equipment replacement; relocation costs; home repairs; debris removal; read more…